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Criteria for ID Now Available in Eight Additional Languages

March 27, 2019; Silver Spring, MD:

AAIDD is pleased to make available translations of the three-pronged definitional/diagnostic criteria for intellectual disability on its website.

The members of the AAIDD International Interest Network initiated a project to translate the criteria into languages other than English, and those translations are now available. AAIDD thanks those who performed the translations and those who reviewed the translations for fidelity.

Translators:

Chinese (Traditional)
Chun-yu (Caya) Chiu, PhD, FAAIDD, National Taiwan Normal University

Dutch
Jos Van Loon, PhD, University College, Ghent/E-QUAL, The Netherlands, and
Ilse Goethals,PhD, University College, Ghent/E-QUAL, The Netherlands

Italian
Giulia Balboni, PhD, FAAIDD, University Of Perugia, and
Alice Bacherini, University Of Perugia

Japanese
Mayumi Hagiwara, MS, University of Kansas

Korean
Hyojeon Seo, PhD, Kongju National University, South Korea, and
Chung eun Lee, MA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Portuguese
Cristina Simões, MA, University College, Ghent

Russian
Elena Morgacheva, PhD, Moscow City Teachers Training University    

Spanish
Laura Gómez, PhD, Universidad de Oviedo
Cristina Mumbardó, PhD, Universitat Ramon Llull

Reviewers:  Aesha John, Cristina Simões, Mayumi Hagiwara, Giulia Balboni, Laura Gómez, and Cheng eun Lee

See the translations here


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Founded in 1876, AAIDD is the oldest professional association concerned with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn more about the organization at http://www.aaidd.org